Around 1346 Alice Cheddar was born at Chewton
On 25 Jan 1401 Thomas "Baron Hydon" Carew died in Chewton
In 1569 Thomas Cotton and Elizabeth Shirley were married in Conington.
Before 1579 Elizabeth Shirley died in Conington.
On 22 Jan 1571 Robert Bruce Cotton 1st Baronet Cotton was born to Thomas Cotton and Elizabeth Shirley in Denton.
Around 652 Aethelthryth Wuffingas Queen Consort Deira received Ely as a gift from her husband as a dower.
In 1036 Aelfred "Aetheling" Wessex returned to England where he and his men were met by Godwin Godwinson 1st Earl Kent at Guildford; ostensibly friendly.The following day, however, Godwin Godwinson 1st Earl Kent 's men attacked Aelfred "Aetheling" Wessex men murdering most of them. Aelfred "Aetheling" Wessex was taken to Ely where he was blinded and died shortly thereafter.
On 28 Oct 1565 Elizabeth Steward was born at Ely
In 673 Aethelthryth Wuffingas Queen Consort Deira founded at Ely Abbey
After 23 Jun 679 Aethelthryth Wuffingas Queen Consort Deira was buried at Ely Abbey
Around 699 Seaxburh Wuffingas Queen Consort Kent was buried at Ely Abbey
Around 703 Ermenilda Oiscingas Queen Consort Mercia was buried at Ely Abbey
On 15 Aug 1732 Maria Gunning Countess Coventry was born to John Barnaby Gunning and Bridget Bourke at Hemingford Grey.
On 06 Dec 1733 Elizabeth Gunning Countess Argyll was born to John Barnaby Gunning and Bridget Bourke at Hemingford Grey
On 03 Jan 1648 Edward Montagu 2nd Earl Sandwich was born to Edward Montagu 1st Earl Sandwich and Jemima Crew Countess Sandwich at Hinchinbrooke.
In 1535 Henry Cromwell was born to Richard Cromwell and Frances Mirfyn at Huntingdon
In 1563 Robert Cromwell was born to Henry Cromwell and Joan Warren at Huntingdon
On 25 Apr 1599 Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector was born to Robert Cromwell and Elizabeth Steward at Huntingdon
On 24 Jun 1617 Robert Cromwell died at Huntingdon
On 20 Jan 1628 Henry Cromwell was born to Oliver Cromwell Lord Protector and Elizabeth Bourchier at Huntingdon
On 20 Oct 1544 Richard Cromwell died at Hinchbrooke House
Henry Cromwell died at Hinchbrooke House
In 1133 William Saye was born to William Saye and Beatrice Mandeville at Kimbolton
Around 1155 Maud Saye was born to William Saye at Kimbolton
Around 01 Aug 1177 William Saye died at Kimbolton
After 26 Jun 1832 Elizabeth Dashwood Duchess Manchester was buried at Kimbolton
On 17 Jun 1853 George Victor Drogo Montagu 8th Duke Manchester was born to William Drogo Montagu 7th Duke Manchester and Louisa Frederica Augusta Vonalten Duchess Devonshire at Kimbolton
In 1535 Catherine of Aragon Queen Consort England was imprisoned at Kimbolton Castle
On Dec 1535 Catherine of Aragon Queen Consort England made her will at Kimbolton Castle.
Death of Catherine of Aragon
On 07 Jan 1536 Catherine of Aragon Queen Consort England died at Kimbolton Castle in the arms of her great friend Maria Salinas Baroness Willoughby Eresby.
On 09 Jul 1799 George Montagu 6th Duke Manchester was born to William Montagu 5th Duke Manchester and Susan Gordon Duchess Manchester at Kimbolton Castle
On 15 Oct 1823 William Drogo Montagu 7th Duke Manchester was born to George Montagu 6th Duke Manchester and Millicent Sparrow Duchess Manchester at Kimbolton Castle
On 21 Nov 1848 Millicent Sparrow Duchess Manchester died at Kimbolton Castle
On 29 Jan 1850 Charles Bennet 6th Earl Tankerville and Olivia Montagu Countess Tankerville were married at Kimbolton Castle
In 1548 Robert Tyrwhitt Master bought at Leighton Bromswold
On 10 May 1572 Robert Tyrwhitt Master died at Leighton Bromswold
On 28 Mar 1765 Johnathan Cope 1st Baronet Cope died at Orton Longueville predeceasing his father.
On 08 Jan 1601 Robert and Gertrude Talbot Baroness Pierrepoint Holme Pierrepoint were married at Overton Longueville
Around 1331 John Ferrers 3rd Baron Ferrers Chartley was born to Robert Ferrers 2nd Baron Ferrers Chartley and Margaret Unknown Baroness Ferrers Chartley at Southoe
On 09 Jul 1648 Henry Rich 1st Earl Holland entered with his army of approximately 400 men at St Neots
Battle of St Neots
On 10 Jul 1648 Henry Rich 1st Earl Holland fought for the Royalist army, and surrendered, by his account, on condition his life would be spared at St Neots during the Battle of St Neots.
St Neots Priory
Around 1090 Richard Clare was buried at St Neots Priory